Marc Sneyd believes long field sessions in the warm weather is making ‘a massive difference’.
Speaking after day two of our pre-season camp in the Algarve, where a double-field session was rounded-off by some work in the gym, Sneyd was explaining why coming away from the chilly Salford Stadium for a short while is very important.
“It makes a massive difference, doesn’t it, when you get to train in warm weather with a dry ball and get through the things you need to get through – it’s good, enjoyable,” he told our YouTube channel.
Alongside his spine, the Sneyd’s role in the team is vital; he is the one who can call and execute plays to a world-class standard, all season long.
For him, all the hard work carried out back home during the early winter months has allowed the team to ‘fine tune’ their skill in Portugal and introduce existing plays to the newer members of the squad.
He continued: “I think that all the hard work that’s gone on before we got here has allowed us to come and fine tune everything.
“To get that skill level up to the way we want to play, our skill needs to be on the money and it lets us see where we’re at fully.
“Work on them plays for the new boys offensively from an attacking point of view, get them new boys going and get them partnerships going that we’ll be looking for during the season.”
To watch our interview with Sneyd in full, please click HERE.